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172 Am. A second voyage for the discovery of a N.W. Passage seems to have been attempted by the Americans Capt. Wilder [[?]], in the brig Diligsner [[?]]having sailed to latitude 69 degrees 11 minutes with such [[insert]]a [[/insert]] design. This vessel was fitted out by the means of the subscriptions of some gentlemen of [[strikeout]] the [[/strikeout]] of Virginia (68) [[notes on left side]] Annunilu[[?]] Cathaia i.e. Rhina [[circled]]459[[/circled]] Vol 2 map [[notes on left side]] 1753 [[circled]] 4 [[/circled]] Am. Capt. Charles Swaine in the schooner Ango, sailed from Plint [[?]] for the discovery of a N.W.Passage; but bring unable to penetrate through Hudson's Station [[?]], he examined a large extent of Labrador coast from 56 degrees, it is said to lat 65 degrees N. [[circled] 64 [[/circled]] Ahomolog[[?]] list of voyages
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